We are seeing cloudier skies to start the day on the Western Slope. There are a few lighter scattered rain showers early this morning over the mountain tops, and chances for rain showers will be steadily increasing as we move through the day. The heaviest precipitation looks to fall late this afternoon/this evening. With heavy rainfall rates expected over the Grizzly Creek burn scar, a flash flood watch has been issued for areas between Glenwood Springs and Vail. Rain chances will start off with a 20% chance for the later parts of the morning, and will increase up to a 50% by 7pm. Rain chances in the high country will cap out at an 80% chance for the evening hours. With the rain moving in high temperatures will drop to the 80s for the region, and we will be about 5 degrees cooler than yesterday across the board. Showers will clear up overnight, and stay clear for tomorrow morning. More showers will return Friday afternoon, and the pattern of dry mornings with scattered showers in the afternoon will continue into the weekend. Rain chances will slowly decrease as we move through the next few days.